The application is quickly approaching for Rogers State University’s most esteemed opportunity to study overseas.
RSU will send one student demonstrating excellent academic qualifications, outstanding writing and communication skills, exemplary character, leadership qualities, maturity, and judgement to Wales (in the United Kingdom) as part of the Brad Henry International Scholar program. Application deadline is Friday, Sept. 22.
This student exchange program is funded and coordinated by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE) and the University of Wales, Swansea.
Participants will spend the spring 2024 academic term as students at Swansea University on its campus in Swansea, Wales, during which time students will have the opportunity to travel extensively through European countries.
Swansea University is a public research university. First chartered as University College of Swansea in 1920 as the fourth college of the University of Wales, it changed its name in 1996 to the University of Wales Swansea.
Award recipients must meet the following criteria for consideration:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Be an undergraduate student at the time of their study abroad
- Be an Oklahoma resident
- Be enrolled full-time at the nominating institution (RSU)
- Be in good standing at the nominating institution
- Have completed at least 30 hours of college coursework/credits at the nominating institution or through transfer from another institution of higher learning (excluding credit hours earned through concurrent enrollment or AP coursework/testing)
- Have submitted information, documents, acknowledgements, releases and authorizations as required by the State Regents
To apply for consideration as a Brad Henry International Scholar and participant in the Semester of Study Abroad Program, interested RSU students must submit a completed application with their resume, an official transcript of all college or university work, a typewritten essay of 300 words which sets forth their academic and/or professional goals and how the experience as a Brad Henry International Scholar will advance those goals, and two letters of recommendation.
Applications for the program are available in the Office of Academic Enrichment, Room 101 of Baird Hall, and should be returned to that office no later than Friday, Sept. 22.
For more information, contact Dr. James Ford at 918-343-7749 or [email protected].